As a music platform, we’ve compiled an easter easing vibe you need all through the weekend.
This is a highly recommended selection from an analytical point of view, enlisting some chilled filled vibe project for the easter weekend.
According to wikipedia definition of Easter, also called Pascha or Resurrection Sunday, is a Christian festival and holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred on the third day after his burial following his crucifixion by the Romans at Calvary
Below are recommended projects for the easter weekend
FireBoy DML – Apollo
The album features neighbourly and juicy fresh production from Nigeria’s best producers, such as Pheelz, Type A, iamBeatz, and P.Prime, as well as a collaborative verse from Nigerian hip-hop heavyweight Olamide.
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Like any ambiance listener culling from creative movements on the ground and across the internet, obviously, this is a perfect vibe for the weekend
Tems – For Broken Ears EP
According to Pitchfork For Broken Ears is crafted songs that feel wholly new and deeply satisfying as she’s only songwriter and lead producer, she maintains the passion of her early singles.
Tems highlighted on the society freedom, and ease, ultimately settling into her place and power in the new vanguard of Afropop.
In the element of her lyrics, her ideas are patchy, as if all born from freestyles and near-perfect ballad.
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The Cavemen – The Roots
This piece is certainly for highlife lovers, The Cavemen is on the mission of restoring almost lost or forgotten genre.
‘Roots’ Album revolves around the significant things in life such as happiness, love, and unpredictability of reality, easily connected to the roots and brawl of mankind, it is a sound with deep roots in the narrative of African music.
Teni – Wondaland
Teni practically fused genres to create a sensation, engulfing different musical genres including, Trap, Afropop, R&B and highlife, running down on the album you’d observe the meticulous effort put together.
Pheelz producing 50% made it sonically inclined, the production versatility cannot be overemphasized, also P.Prime, Ozedikus, Kris Beatz.
Crayon – Twelve A.M
Twelve A.M EP excel in vocal delivery and melody, he concentrated on the pivotal melody, listing the most alternative styles and characters to spice it up.
The 4 track EP enlists Rema, Bella Shmurda, and Ayra Starr, a meticulous production and selections were obviously spotted out, rotating on familiar vibes and near-perfect ballads.